Factors Underlying Venezuelan Defense Expenditures: 1950-83: A Research Note
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'A country's military expenditures', the US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency points out, 'are not necessarily representative of military capability.' They do not define a country's efficiency and allocation of expenditures or 'whether the quantity and quality of force supported by them serves national purposes.
Arms Control, May 1986.Refereed Journal Article
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